Pete On The Issues

U Chicago Institute of Politics with Sara Burnett




0:00
David Axelrod introduces Pete.
2:46
Claire Potter introduces Pete and Sara.
5:52
How did the first weekend campaigning in Iowa go?
10:47
Was there anything you heard in Iowa on the campaign trail that surprised you?
13:42
What about South Bend is a "model for America's future"?
19:42
Tell us about what you did during your time deployed to Afghanistan.
22:58
Pete reads from his book about losing friends who he served with in Afghanistan.
25:03
How did you decide to come out?
27:45
What is your relationship with Mike Pence now?
30:26
Pete reads from his book about his concession from the DNC chair race.
32:02
Could you talk about this idea of "intergenerational justice"?
34:32
You said you regret calling Trump a draft dodging chicken hawk. What is your current approach to dealing with Trump?
37:56
What did you learn from South Bend that would prepare you for taking back the Midwest for Democrats?
39:45
Can you promise that in your first 100 days as President that you'll pass a ban to bump stocks and universal background checks?
41:08
Can you give your perspective on your time in management consulting?
46:23
What do think about the idea that Democrats could win more votes by moderating on progressive priorities?
50:12
What is your vision for America's role in the world?
53:05
What are some tough compromises you've had to make being a Democratic mayor in a heavily Republican state?
55:01
What do you think are the most important policy priorities in terms of climate?
57:05
How does today's technology such as AI or self-driving cars affect the policies that you would make?
1:00:47
What do you think the way forward is for America in restoring relationships after this administration?
1:02:45
Would you commit to overturning the Hyde amendment so that reproductive rights are truly available for all?
1:04:30
Pete acknowledges people in the audience with whom he served in the military.